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Protecting our environment and energy systems

Protecting our environment and energy systems

[Dragonfly caught in oil]
September 24, 2019
[collage of animals]
September 21, 2019

Queen’s researchers warn that loss of genetic variation means species are less adaptable to climate change.

[Morgan Lehtinen]
July 8, 2019

Queen’s University PhD candidate Morgan Lehtinen wins inaugural Young Persons’ Lecture Competition.

[Pascale Champagne and Kevin Deluzio receive awards]
June 24, 2019

Two faculty members from Queen’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, Pascale Champagne (Civil Engineering) and Kevin Deluzio (Dean; Mechanical and Materials Engineering), were inducted as fellows of the Canadian Academy of Engineering at its annual general meeting in Quebec City on Friday, June 21.

[Lindsay Morcom, Heather Aldersey and Anna Panchenko]
June 18, 2019

Three new Canada Research Chairs emphasize commitment to diversity and inclusivity.

[Recipients of the 2019 Prizes for Excellence in Research]
May 27, 2019

During Spring Convocation 2019, Queen’s University bestowed its highest form of recognition for research excellence to five faculty members.

[Queen's Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Daniel Woolf, and Minister of Science and Sport, Kirsty Duncan, sign the Dimensions EDI charter.]
May 23, 2019

Queen’s commits to the federal government’s Dimensions EDI program, championing equity, diversity, and inclusion across the research ecosystem.

[Photo of Praveen Jain and Marko Krstic at the ePOWER lab at Queen's.]
September 1, 2017

Dr. Praveen Jain, Canada Research Chair in Power Electronics and head of ePOWER, is leading a team of researchers who are developing new technology to capture solar energy that “will enable us to have off-grid energy systems that are reliable and can give you a 24/7 supply of energy.”

[Gregory Jerkiewicz]
June 1, 2017

To help create a greener and cleaner world, Queen's chemist Gregory Jerkiewicz is looking at alternative approaches to fuel cell technology with the NSERC Ni Electro Can project.

[Photo of birds credit: Philina English]
October 1, 2016

Students and researchers have used Queen’s University Biological Station (QUBS), covering 3,400 hectares of dense forests and lakes north of Kingston, as a resource for 70 years.

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